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state of Sonth Carolina.
B Y PlIRCE- M. BUTLER, Governor
- and Commander inchiefin and over
the State aforesaid.
Whereas information has been received
by this department that an atrocious mur
dler was committed in' the District of York,
on the 14th inst. on the body of Win. Nance
by a negro man slave, named Jack, the
property of Ceorge Mc'Alliely, and that the
sai.I negro JaWe has fled from justicc.
Now Know Ye, to the intent that the said
Jack nay be brouight to trial fir the said
crime; I do hereby oiler a reward of two
biandred dollars for the apprehension of
said Jack and ldging him in any jail of this
1into. Jnck is about 45 years old, 5- feet
1i or 10 inches high, weighs about one hun
dred and tilly or sixty pounds, complexion
yellow black, loves a dram, talks much,
and brags greatly of his knowledge of Far
riery and Wagoning. of which it is said that
ho fis been driver in abnost every State
south and west of New York. lie was
soinitime ago pirchased by his present ow
ner froi a Mr. W augh( of North Carolina.
? Givrn under my hand nod seal
L.S. of the State at Columbia, this
21th day of October 1837.
P. M. BUTLER.
By the Governor.
B. I. Saxon, Secretary of State.
.A Z8 8
TP ,II House and Lot in the Village of
lE dgefield, at present occupied by C.
Compty. 'lhe llouse is large and com
iodions, with eight rooms four above and
jor lielow, and is well suited for a Hotel
,*r )rivattc family, The lot has about ten
wres. and there is upon it every necessary
ont huilihing. The situation, is well known
and cotmiands as many advantages as any
in this Village. Persons wishing to rent
v id make application ro the Subscriber im
mefdiately. WVM. J. SIMKINS.
. . 836. tf 40.
NEW 1DRY GOODS AND
-' 41,- udersigned having removed to the
-next. below the Ware IlFia"f' ,M[ WfaIrLL
imong & Co., ate now receiving a fresh and gen.
oral asmortmient of
%DRY GOODS, SHOES, A- GROCERIES,
reently purchased atthe North, chiefly for Cash,
at reticed prices, all of which they ofl'er low;
and respectitlly invite a call from those who may
hie in market, believing that such inducements
will Le olhered, as to secure a liberal share of the
piatronage of the bnblic.
STIOVALL & IIAMLIEN,
.Iugusta, Ga. Sept. 9, 18:17 bmt 32
8tovalL, Simmens & Co.
WI~OULD) inform thepublic that in ad
VTdition to the FIRE PROOF WVAR E
110USE, which they have for years oc-.
cu pied, they have taken the FIRE PROOF
W RE oUsE, recently in the oCCupanCy of
Messrs. J. W. & J. TI. Heard, but a short
distance above, on ltroad street, anid respect
fuldly invite an increase of partonage, us
they are now prepared to store with safety
andl~ convenience a large amount of cotton.
They pledge their accuslomned devotion to
the iterest of their frietids in all business
confided to thoem.
Augusta Oct.60th 1837. c 30
O~ F W~hite Lead No. 1 and 2 in oil, do
~7do dry, Point Brushes, Sash Tools.
(irniners, Blenders. White Wash Brushes,
Putty, Sanrd Paper; also Coach Varnish,
Copal Vartnishi No. one and two,Japan Var
mish, black Varniish, Lint-seed Oil, togeth
er wit h other Paints, and dye-stuffs &c. &c
just received at the Edgefleld Medicine
Storo For sale by -
Edgefield, Oct. 5, tf 35
Indian - Panacea.
USRieceived a fresh upyof INDIAN.
Edtafiild C. i April 3. 837 ~-- tf 9
LLIA persons indebted to the late Jellfer
son Richardson. deceased, are requese
ed to make immnediate payment, and al
*persons having dlemnads against the estate.
of~ sid -deceased are requosted to present
them *duly attested.
- ENJ. RICIIARilSON, ,dmfn
* - . THEOPHIILUS IIILL, ist rators.
Al,!, persona ind~ebted to the Estate of John
l~lilckwell. deceased, tire requested to make
immaediate piaymnit, and those havinig der nids
to pre'senit them properly attested.
A LL Personq indlebted to the late Charles
.' Towne, decens.ed, nre regnested to make
ay, meirnt ; ted alt rerswons havt~ing denmtnda againist
oe e~state of smdi~ deconsed are regnested to pie.
t.-tt ihem dntv attested. JAS. F. ADAMS
Nov 27. J95:t7 *tf _ A d,,inistrator
FpITr rTirm hieretofore. existinag under the name
~of LiDEN & 'ITf,,MAs hits this day been dis.
i-ilveda b~y mtttmda consenit. All those indebited to
th-- maid'Il'int ntre respectfully renesnjtettd to call
;mdi~ imake settlemient with the Subiscrib~er.
GElO. WV. ThIOMAS.
Nv~ebr I15. 1937 f 44
V '. (Copartnesrsikp heretofore existing be.
i 't X &- L-. Cinencin.i. was dissolved on
the 11h November.hyn the death of C. Churchill.
'The h~usiiejs willilie conitismted by
Jhuibnr6~.C . M.9 CI dRCHLL
Steel Ribs tr Cotton Gins
T I1 Subscriber lis just receive. asup
T ply of the PAT ENT RIBS for Cot
Aon Gins, which have been spoken so high
ly of wherover they have been tried through
out the Cotton Growing States. Thes
.Ribs are so constructed that one set will las
20 years or more, and be constantly in use
by having an extrm set of Cast Steel faces
T1hese races are made to fit'on the front o
the Ribs, where the Saws pass through
and in so simple a manner that any persoi
can put them on. The Subscriber will al
ways keep a supply of Gins on hand, ofthq
above description, and will furnish then
with an extra set of the facings, at the same
price that he has heretofore sold Gins will
the common Ribs:
A few doors above the Upper Market
Augusta, Oct. 17 d 39
South sie Brioad Strut, Augusta, Ga.
I IIE Subscribers have just received and offe
Ifur sale, a splendid assrtmentof MARBLE
of every description, such as Italian, Egyptian
Irish and Northern Marble.
Tomibs, Monuments, PIantle Pieces, &c.
All orders from thu country executed witd
neatness and despatch.
LA WRENCE, GLENDENNING & Co.
Augusta, Ga. Nov 25, 1837 .h 43'
The Mt iledgeville Standard or Union, aiacor
Telegraplh, Athens anner, Colubus EIqtirer
Waalnngtona (Wilkes,) Spy, Coliumbia (8. U.)
Telescope, and Edgefield Advertiser will pihlisli
the abuve once a week, for two months, and for
ward their acoutits to L. G. & Co.
T HE Subscribers beg leave to return
their thanks to their friends and the
public generally, for the very extensive pa
tronage heretofore extended to them, and
from their close attention to business, hope
to merit a continuance of the same. They
have now on hand and will continue to keep)
a large and well assorted Stock of
Selected by themselves expressly for family
use, among which are the fillowing articles
Ungging, best Hemp and Tow,
Bale Rope, and Twine,
Sugars, fine St. Croix, Portorico, and
Colee, prime Green, Rio, old Java,
. Molasses, N. Orleans, and Cuba,
Salt, Iron, and Steel,
Flour, Rice and Bacon,
Spirit,, Wines, and Cordials,
Windevr Chairs. and Wood Ware,
Smith Tools, &c. &c. &c.
The quality of Pl1 will be warranted good,
and are otTered for sale at low prices, such
as they hope will correspond with the pre
sent low price of prodcee. Orders for any
of the above articles shall be promptly at
tended to by
I.. L. JEFFERS, & Co.
11a1aoburg, June14, 1837 -..tf 20
N o CEO
R ANAWAY or stolen, from the Subscribei
on the 16th instant, a negro man w ted
BlN. Said neg-ro is of dark cottplexion, rathei
low statue, heavily built, quick spoken, s-ar oi
his breast, 25 to 30 years of age. A liberal re.
ward will bet given on delivery to me, er securin4
hiii int Jail so that I can get him.
Near dt Vauclugse FactorU.
Oct 21, 18.T7 d :M
Trho Charleston Mercury, and Auguistal Chiorni
cle &. Sentinel will give the above three wveekl~
inseR tions and forwaurd their Uccounts to the sub
TAKEN Up on Thursday imorning,on Horsa
ICreek, about 9 miles fronm Augusta, Ga.,a
very large dark bay Horse, his right eye ot, lan
a white spot on his forehead, a small white soi
on his .batck, switch tail and black. legs. her
owner is requested to come forwvard, prove prop.
erty, pay expenses and take him away.
Se pt 23, 1837 .tf 314
ALL persons havinig denmands against the E-~s.
'.L.tate ofWilliam T. Abney, deceased, are re
qtested torender them to the Subscriber proper.
yattested, by the first of February next. And
those who ate indebted to said Estate are re
qutested to make paynment in bills of thte Banik of
the State of South Carolina.
Dec 12, 1837 g 45 Admieristrator.
A LL Persons Indebted to tihe Suabscri
.tber eith er by note or account, are re
quested to, muake immediate payment, as
longer indulgence cannot be given.
* IH. A. GRAY,
Edgefleld C. H1. Nov. 8 b 40
ALL persons indebted to the Subscriber on
Payine agDe requested to nak
ary nest, aslongerindulgeace canno0t be given.
Oct 24, JO37 Pd PE,
A ~ L esn are hereby forewarned
imrading for a certain Note of'
H and, given 'to me by William Dohly, for
Seventy D~ollars, payable to me or bearer,
on the first of January, 1839. Said Note
has been taken fmom my possession without
my consetnt, I therefore eaution said WV.
Dolhy frm paying said -note without'my
ZELPH A M NOBLE.
Jait 1, 1838 e 48 mark.
H1 IE Partnership heretofore existin"
Ubetiveen thcS~bseribers wvau dissolve!I
Onl LL 4th inst. bymutual consent. -
* A. V. BURTON.
SSeptember 22, 1837 d1 39
LL. persons are hereby forewarned from
trdg o a certain Notc of llnd, given
* Ileniben D)raker.on the 8th-of August, for thes
mounit of seventy-five dollars, as 1 do nt intend
pay it, as I have not got Value Rteceived; pay.
ble twelve mionths Qiter date.
801J 'r CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
E. & C. Yarnali, s.
Barthel Wiuding,-Shober ATTACHMENT.
& Bunting, vs. the Same.
W HIlUEAS the Plainttlfh did this day file
their declaration in the Oflice of this
Court, against the Defendant, who is abbent from
and without the limits of the State, (na it is said,)
and having neither wire or attorney known with.
in the same, on whom a copy of the declarations
with a rule to plead thereto, ought to be served:
It is therefore oldered, that the derendant appear
and plead to the said declarations within a year
and a day, otheiwise finaljudgment will be given
and atarded against him.
GEORGE- POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Dec. 1, 1837 daq 44
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Lo n, Va.
James M. Zandrum, ATTACHMENT,
W HEREAS the aintiff hath this day filed
W his declaration against the Defendant
who resides beyond the limits of this State, and
having neither wire or attorney within the samine
upon whom a copy or said declaration, with a
rule to plead thereto, may be served, It is Or
dered, that the said Defendant do plead to the
said declaration within a year and a day, rroim
this date, otherwise final aid absolute judgment
will be awarded against him.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Orice, Oct 20, 1837 dq 40
- EDGIEFIELD DISTRIUCr.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Arthur West, vs.
A. II. Patrick. AssuatrsmT.
I H Plaintiff having this day filed his decla
ration in my Office, nid the Defenmlmt
having no Wife or Attoiney known to he in the
Stnte, upon whoim a copy of the declaration umay
be served, Ordered, that the Paid defrendant do
appear and make his defence within a year and it
day from this date, or fiial and habsolute jndg
inent will be awarded ngninst him.
SEORItG E POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Edgeield,A pril 21, 16:7 ch 12
IN TEIIE C OMMON PI.'A S.
Wim. B, Brannon, vs. )
John M. Frazier. AAcuan;!r.
T I I.E 'laintitfhtaving this day filed iisdeclara
6ton in the albove case, anid the Dlefeiiditai
neing without wife or attorley, known tohe within
the State, upon whosm a copy of' said declaration,
with a rule to plead. conld'ihe se'rved: It is Or.
dered, that the s:sid Defi-mdant do Plead to the
said declaration withini a year amid a day, fron
this date, or jnidgmnent final and Lbsolute will be
giveii aguamat him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
November 21, 1837 nql .12
SOUTH CAROLIN .
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Wim. M. Butler, vs ATTACIUsENT,
William Cook. AsseusrsIT.
T lIE Plaintiff in this case having on the 7th
day of April, 1837, filed his declaration in
the Clerli's Office, and the Derendant having no
Wife or Attorney, known to he in this State, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration niny be serv
ed: Therefiore ordered, that the said defendant lo
appear and make his defence within a yen and a
and absolu edtegj i'gmo:it wiTNjd'fo/ji
to die said Ilaintil.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Oflice, April 18, 18.17 I1 tf
IN TIIIl COMMOGN '.E AS.'
Walker, Covington &
lFair, vs.* Foreign Attachmient,
-Park & Fowler. Assinnipsit.
HEFRisAS the laiuntiffs did this day file
tir declaration in. the Office of this
Court, against the Defendants, who are absent
from anid wvithmout the limnits of this State, (as it'is
said)nand having neither of' them a wvife or ater
ney, known within the samne, on whom a copy of
the declaration wvith a rule to plead thereto, ought
to be served:- It is therefore ordered, that the De.
fendaiits do appear aiid pilead to the said demclara.
tion, within a year and a day,. otherwise final and
judgmenat will he given andl awarded againist dtem.
JAMECS WARD1LAWV, c. c. p.
Clerk's OfTice, Nov 17, 1837 daqj -13
IN THlE COMMON PILEAS.
Adatms Pairmelee & Co. vs. Johnt A. Young.
8. Kneeland &. Co. vs thme Sasme,
Stoddlard Bircha & Co. vs the Samse.
James (. Bozenian, vs tihe Same.
T IE Plaintil' in the ahove smied ee
hI aving this~ day filed their declaratirms
in my oflice, at Albbeville Courn Ilose
Ordceied thai thme defendhant do lead lthecreti
.withim a year and a day, froni this dlate, or
jiudgtmetits by default will he renderal n
JAS. WAR D~iAW. c. c.p.
Clerks Ollice, May 9, 1837. 1:2n
ABBE VI LLE 1)IST RIC'1'
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. Attaechsment.
ohn B. Muirrahi. 5Assumpsii.
H lE Plaintiffs havinig this day tiled their
.declaration, and die Defendlant lesvhii
neither wife nor attorney, knzown to h ?u th
State, ordered, that if the said Defem - a do
niot appear and mtake Isis defence, withiti dyeap
amnd a dlay from tI-', date, final undl nhO 'lute
juadgamient shall be. . 'm with given and an rded
for the sad Plinitiflsa a ittalimsnent.
JAMEs WARD)LAWV, c...
Clerk'. Office, Dec. 4, 1837 dffj4
ABBE VILJLE DISTRICT ~
IN THE CQMMON PLEA
Tj H E 1'laintiff's in this case havi~uAd
.3 their declaration in my office, a Ihe1
ville Court hlouse, on the 24th day Of atl~rh
1837: Ordered, that the defendanit dl plead
thsereto within a year and a day, fr ,Jthat
date, or judgmnent by default will be ered~
,TAS.WARDLA W, c. . r
Clerks Ollice, May 9, 18:17
Edgefld Medicine Stou
ASupply of varions fresh articl Af thme
AMateria Media: P'aints, D~ye-st$Th, Win.
dow alaiss, &c.; Pateunt Medicines of li kinds,
Peter's and lleckwitha mPills, Green's 'eM
tmure for Fever amid Agne. Also gena n Corn.
potnnd Chlorine Toothm-wash, Kreeso~ fuie
I .mon Sy rnmp, Iit. glass, Black Lead, iary,
together with Pamily Medicine Chsegts, rini
luistriuments, and othmer Drugs and C reals
tmio tedhitns to mention.
Also, Galligaut's Pilho for Fe o 'dud e.
ril f, 1"3
T HE Subscriber having associated Mr.
Wilhan Crapon with him in business
ie informs his. customers that the. business
will hereafter be crried on under the firm
of SIBLEY & CRAPON, at his old
stifnd in Hamburg.
Now on hand and daily receiving an exten
siVe assortment of Goods from the North,
consisting in part of the following articles,
selected by one of the concern viz:
6000 Bushels Salt,
30000 lbs. Swedes Iron,
40000 " Bacon Middlings,
5000 " Hams and Shoulders,
1000 " Cast and blistered Steel.
5000 " Castings, consisting of Pots,
Ovens, Skillets, &c.
100 Kegs Cut Nails & Brads.
100 Setts Waggon & Cart Boxes,
400 Pieces Hemp & Tow Bagging,
100 Coils Bale Rope,
20 Pieces Sacking,
10 do Osnaburgs,
500 Ilaegiug Twine
10 Chests old Ilyson, Imperial, and
Gun Powder Ten,
40 Canisters, do do
4000 Spanish Cigars,
25 Kegs F F F Gun Powder.
10 Ilid choicet St.Croix Sugar (fior
40 Do Portorico, do
1000 lbs Double refined Loaf & Lump
100 Baggs prime Green Coafee,
25 do White Javi,
3 Iipes Holland Gin,
10 11149 Amerienni do
2 Pipes Cognue llralv,
1 Illid Jamaica flun,.
I Ilid St Croix do
30 l1bis N. E. Rumi,
25 do do % hiskev,
10 do Monongahela, Io -
10 Casks sweet llalagn Wine.
2 do Muscat do
2 do old Madeira,
10 do Sherry do
5 do Peppermin Cordial,
25 bIs. New No. :3 MIackeral,
i0 half rIo No.2
25 Hoxes Window Glass,
50 Kegs White Lend (Union braid)
20 B-ixes Mlantif-ietured Toibacco,
14) do Yellow Sap,
20 do Sperm Candles.
10 do Tallow dl(
1 Ilhd Copperas.
5 Ticree Rice
BOOTS & SHOES
WW00 prs. Thick Negro Shoes,
200 do do Bound dto Brogans,
400 po do Men's bound Kip do
100 do do do do Calf do
100 do do Boy's d-a Kip
100 do do Women's shoe Ties
200 do to B3o:s
20( do do Misses do
5 Cases Men's thick Boots,
5 do (1O Calf
1000 lbs Sole Leather,
Og en's &B , Saddles, Brides
HARDWARE CUTLERY &c
Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvils, Vices.
Hain and Sledge llammers, Screw Pilme.
Files. &c. Knives & Fork,,, Pocket Kanives,
Guins anal Pistols, Trace and ilalter Chin.a
Andl-Iron, Smoothing Irons, Wamlla Irons,
Wafer Irons, Pad, Stock anal Knob Locks,
huand, Mill and Cross Ctut Saws.
A good assortment such as thickets
Churns, Tubs, Pails. Bloxes and Measures
Fancy Camin Seat & Rush B.itbom Chairs
Large do dlo Roc.kingZ tl
Children's high Chitrs, Baedl.eaads, Ssats
WVillow Cruadles Cahrrinaes, &c.
SIBLIE' & C'RAPO.
Ilamburg Sept. 19th 18317 31
T I E editor of thei BibnIwa it ecorderr
pssto puih a maona bly perioa1ejal
of 2-4 jages OCtavoa, neatly -ttitched nndt c'ov
credl, aiit ; aining Seriainsmi L.' hin ait itrs,
and ads 1pted to t h siate of! aou ch amrebes ini
the South. l'iestitut'' a-e .'~ ,a a ..- am hI
eri t asenuh tatlh.a aj~ pltb alio.,h
as proapoaN.da, m cntaiiI~ra a; ra -atd dEtataa.
ses oin < aatrml alnd paa i:; -miaat.iamala
lbt faundr bathtl ne(.eptat It d n'-afl mauItoa 1a
reiiousa pubalit. Antam a., te thi h~a ''ttn
repatedlyh I suggesteda by judm!ita3n.- faieinds,
nea~ hi:ave conichtlued toa adhaapa 1his niethoda 'f
hnseer taiing thle n i-lhessofoumr haretharen genm
erally tai the subjeet Shoutld the p roposed
wvork go niito eff'ct . as it ennt inter fere in nio
way with any of our religiatus new spapers,
we shall expect tu see it circuilate freely throa'
the Sotuthern States. It will -lhe coim
mmencedl as sooni as a sauflicienit number of
suabaeraers shall lhe obtained, and contlin
ned as long as circumnstanices shall requumire.
12 niumberis will make a volume which may
be econveniently baomndl anmd preserved.
'i'ER's..-for a single coply $1 per annum ;
for 6 cip~ASs sent to oue address 85; for 1:3
copies to tone address $.10; and ror 26 copies
to onie address $20--payment to be made
withim 3 imnths from thme limec of receivinig
the flrst no. otherwise 25 per et. will be ad
dod to the advance-price.
Baptist ministers, postmasters, andre
sponisible persons generally, who imay feel
disposed, are requested to act aslocal aJgents.
and to nmake their returns as soon as practi
cable. Editors with whom wve exchange in
the Sout h. will conifer a favor by giving the
abhove a few insertions.
WLetters to lbe addressed post-paid to
T. Meredith, Newhern, N. C.
May, 1836 h 1E
T3 IIE Stubscribers hiaving~ commenced the
Mercant ieIBuuiness, in the. Dew Brick
Store, (near Mr. Gldover's Hotel,) beg leave to
inform their trends and the public generall,
that they have juast received from New Yor,
a good iassortmuent of a
DRY GO(O1S,8 CROCKERY.II.\R DWAnF
which they will msl on reasonable terms.' They
hope by close attentioni to buasinesas to merita
share of' public patronag. N~OS
E. B. PRESLEY.'
Edefield C. 1Ions..,ct ll '83 y ..
Georgia r Carolina Aumanac,
HIS ALMANAC is now ready for delivery.
Dealers and others wishing to be sujsplied,
will please send in their orders early. 'Iu our
country hicuds, in Georgia and the upper part of
Carolina, all we say is, that this Aimnaic is tUly
what it purports to be, a Georgia and Carolinht
Almanac. The calculations are by a native
Georgian-its contents embrace every thing for
their inflormation,, that its space would ow,
and it is printed at home.
Solar and Lunar Elipses for 1838.
Phenomena of the I'lunets for 1838
Chronological Cycles for 1838.
The Anatomy of Alan's Body, as governed
b the twelve constellations, with characters, ex
Moveable Fcasts for 1838.
Table of the Solar System.
A table exhibiting tie Seats of Government
of the diflerent States, the tines of noldin; tihe
Election of different State Ollicers, & the times
.f11 th leeting of the Legislatures of the several
Thle. Calenidar of tie twelve m1onaths of tihe
year, giv.ng s he rideg om'd settintg of time sunm
itid sanoti, the siemelesosiom of time solmn, the nmoonl9s
place, time of high witer at Savanaham, moon's
lehn:1ses,cqIuati~n of time, agji the gardenler-lical
cendar for eache mionth Inl the Year.
An Astronomical Episemeris *or thle Panetc.
Pt-ces. ier the 1st. 7th, l3tl, 19t and 28thdays
ei eclm atosmth, for the year 1838.
L- of Memmbers to Congress from Georgia.
lut--s of holdinig Siuperior Courts in the di -
fieret Cotmmaties of tieorgia.
Times of hIldiig I',4rior Courts ta the dif
rerntt Counties of Georgia.
tltks anid Branches fan Georgia.
l'olice of the City of Aimiusta.
l'ost Olice I epartmentit. 'Al;: lsta .-Matil Ar
ra,;:eniwmats. aintes of Po:age, &c.
Prinicipnll Oflicers of tim Federal Govern.
i a:- of Foreiusm Coinis ntid Cmmrrencies. a.
fixud Iv L.aw, and Is ettS:imel in) time Vustomii
Ilowm-csa time .s:ited State.
A Ti-able of tI- Wieather. iv an observer
extrnted froin1 tLe ria CoI,sA5t II iIsal list.
Cusstonimtsv 'ate. fi 'reights, ,betweeni 8a
vanmal antd Aigustin. revii-ed tutu correciii.
States i tster:"eet ntt ctanimsion in Amagintu.
it:mtcels hckage.- \Voaariage and Stor~ige at
V t'tstary t:u'es (if Frishti etwee. lie
cites oIf N. Vork amel Savamih
.TimeifS of hoiwti U. 'Sasm Coogrts in (6 or
-et. South Carolinal. and No-rth Camoiit.
-;I :UTlI C: \lZOLINA.--Tines of Lbidin,
(O.tri-o Sessions and C(rntiasaits e for vachm
Ass-inte .iesi the Cnimt t fi I *.aw f,
Times flr halditg A p peal Coits i Law ainl
TVimswe-s film holdlinlg time (,'it. Courts o rCharestAn
TIme Chtanemiellor itn iqusity.
Time fiarolintag tie Couirt.4 (of Eqnity inl tIe
difli-reit Iistricts of Smith Caroi:k-ecreimer
with the inmes (if the diil'eret Contmnsi.%oners
Mlemair to Congress fromn S. Carolina.
A,eedotes, & I. & c.
OQire of the Gwrgia Cowrtittionalits,
Augu msta, G.et., Septembeir, .]d3.
Veftactt e A nti-bilious Pills.
A E the chea est and most npproved
Family Metlicine ever ollered to the
,..i:,- 't'n. ,r. t,.ou45 .hj ..i ijr
operation, neither causing sic-tes of the
stonacl, nor any unplenstnt sCsatioi in
the system. as is too frequently ile result
firann ttedictles given to act up)n tie bowels
They acl specifieally mpon mhe Liver, when
.tt n torind conadit ions, carryinsg uotflarge qmun
lilies ol bil-, tharoughi t he influence oft lie ex
cernentn fumnetistn, whsicha ifstulkered t) reamain
ini the systemi, would prtdnee either Jun
dice, Liver Comaplaint, lBilius Fever, Fe
v-er anud A~mie, or some oilher gre~vioius bmodi
Ily nlllietion. In all cases of torpor of tise
bowels, they act like a citarm,. In recea
cases of Dyvsleltsin, they are a cer-tain cure.
Alaniy psersonas who were smubject to violent
amttam-ks of sic-k hteadnehle, ha've beien mnuch
hmetefu dt :mdu as-veral petrfectly cured in a
~e~ we!.- lvat- usae of mhIese pills. Fe
nle s., at in i:. ets el !eme' 'sit uation, enn
use - h.tm .';-m. ,:v. :'.; :any risk. Per
"tsm '"egh '":s. tr tt n Aemstr eluimate,
ald~s bi~ ts!l fma-- itke si,.- of these puils
wvitha theint. Thearia vi ra ues will remtin utn
itnpaliredi fhr years in any climate-. No
famliy shonld be without these pills: a por
tion of item, taken occasiontally, would lhe
1 lie mseans of preventing stuachi sulTering froma -
sieknmess. Is is from neglect of' keeping tup
as regumlar peristaltic action of the botwels,
thuis sutlherisna to be abstorbted and mninglcd
wviah the blood, unnas-imtilated fluids, that
noI)tsdi-tenses are prouc ted.
Dr.5 P. fi'el contlidem thuat no person who
liii n~ ihn;.: s~io e ithoust them.
"-t~ it'ton'on.\ of thmandsre.. ws .,p tn ins
th- hida - .rail, o the '-ili. sey ,, tin-se c
tisigt Ihe ntleda, lbut thet verv bai;.th r. w
li:um lar P. hats nequimirced ais thme intvc.!, of
time I'uten ?Veagetabe: M~edIcine,, ;c *.'.
chh-ee lleparico-,'' for thse Cere of Ii -.p.y
or Live- comnplainut is thtontg :m tm.a
guarntee to) thottse wvicshmin to maitki 5o it ,it
thleir virtutes. Theyv cosi no a a t a ptatieb.li
of MIercurty. or any ingtredlienst htt* Jo-a tnor
act im harmiony wiith5 henahhI, anid tpeltns. dts
Osse. Etachi box cotainininig 40t Pills. Prie
50 enmts. For snle by E.L J. Mills.
At te- Edgefiel Meidicinae Storr.
JTune 1, 1837 if 17
ALI. persons itndebited to thmeestate of Saamel
C aldwelI Esq. late ofAlbeville l)istrict dec'd.
are req inested tionmake paymenat ittnntediat:-!y, and 'l
timose lmnviung demands to psresenit thmem dumly at
tested withm the timte psrescribed by hawv,to ether
of the sublscrihers.
3. L. PEARSON, ~-Adr'rs.
A. GI. CALDWELL.
'Aigust 8. 183y if 28
L persons indebted to the late Daniel
- Gallman deceased, are requested to
make immediate payment.-And all per
sons having demands ngeimnst saidl deceased
are requested to present them duly attested.
R. J. B URTON, A dm'r. i
With the Will annex~ed
Sept. 5th, 1837. tff31
ALIL Personts ihdebted to the late Charit
-rtinireithant, deceased, are regtc4st.
tud to mnake immetdinte payment. Amid all si
petrsons having demands againast the etcte
of saidl deceasedi are requaestedl to pur'se ut
them dimly attested.
JOHN BAUBKETT, Ex'or.
To Printers & Publishers.
T IE Subscribers have jusAt completed
their new specimen Book of light raced
Book and Job Printing Type, FIowers and
Ornaments, the contents of which are here
with partially given.
Diamond; Pearl, Nos. 1 and 2; Agate
Nos. 1, 2, and 3; Agate on Nonpareil body
Nonpareil, Nos. 1. 2, 3, and 4; linionene
Nos. 1, and 2; Minion, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4;
Miinion on Brevier body;:Brevier on Minion
body; Brevier Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4; Brevier
on 1urgeoise body; Brevier on Long Print
er body; Burgeois on Brevier Body; Bur
geois Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; Butgeois on Long
Primer body; small bodied Long Primer,
Long Primer, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4; Long
Primer on small Pica body; small Pica
Nos. 1, 2, and 3; Pica on English body:
Pica on Small Pica body; Pica, Nos. 1, ~2
and 3: English, Nos. I and 2; Great Primer
Paragon; Double English; Double Para
gon; Cannon, Five lines Pica to Twenty;
Eight lines Pica, Gothic, condensed, to 20;
Five, seven, nine and 10 lines Pica Orna
mental; Six, Seven, Nine 12 and 15 Lines
Pica Shaded; Eight, 10, 12, and 16 Lines
Also a large and beautiful collectiotn of
Flowers, from Pearl to Seven Line Pica
many of which are not to be foutid in othe'r
specimens: a new assortmetit of Ornanvii
tal Dashes; a variety of card borders; ntiar
2 thousand Mettal (rnancnts; Brass Rule;
Leads of various thickness: Astronomical
Mathematical anti Phystical Metal Signs;
Brac.ts and Dashes from three to thirty emi
long; Great Primer and Double Pica "4rilpt
on inclined brxlies: DAinzond and Ntona.
reil music of vairious kinds; Antiqites: l'ght
nd heavv fee wo Line letter; roman and
italie, N;iparil, Miion. B-evier, Long
Primer, Pica and other Black; Nonpareil.
Minioni,-and Brevier Greck, Hebrew and
A 1irge vnrietv of Ornaments, calculated
particnlarly for the Spanish and South A -
mnerican markets: Spanish, French and Por
tutgnee Accents, furnished to order ; togeth
er with every other article made use of in
ie printing business, all of which can be
furnished at short notice, of as good a cuality ,
and on as res,onable terms as at any other
esta bl ishime nt.
CONNER & COOKE.
Corner of Xassau and Ann-.. N. Yrk
TO PHRI VIElRN.
E. WiIITE, & w m. HA t 1.
R ESPECTFUi.L infori the print
crs of the 1.1tited States to whom
they have been imiividnily known as es
tahlished letter foundrs, that they have
now formed a copartnership in said busi
ness, &with in extensive experience, they
hope to be able to give satisfaction to all
who may favour them with their orders.
The introduction or manchinery in place
of the tedious and unhealthy process of
cnting type by hand, a desideratum by the
lturopean founders, was by American in
genuity, a heavy expenditure of time and
money on the part . f our senioi partner,
first successfully accomplished. Extensive
use of neweast letter, has fully tested and
ular, over those cast by the old process.
The letter foundry business will hereaf
ter be carried on by the parties afore nam
id, tunder the firm of White Hager & Co.
'Fheir Specimen exhibits a complete series'
Fronm Diamottd to Sixty-four Lines Pica.
he Book and News type being in the tmost
W llTE, IIAGER & Co.,
Are agents for the sale of the Snmith and
R ust Printing Presses, with which they enn
Furnish their customers at manufacturers,
prices: Clases, Cases, Composing Sticks,
iuk, and every article used in the prinatinig
:,smness,,kept for sale and furnished ons
hort notice; old typo taken in exchange
Fnewv at tume ets. per lb.
N. B. Newspaper proprietors who will
tive the above three insertions, will lie en
tied to five dollars in such article as they
nay selects from our Specimens.
E. WiT"E & II :IGER.
Bailiard's Cibrated Piteunt
IxIMAI, AND I'EGETA A1iLt OIL .SOrfP.
FOR clca"sin= Coat Collars, Woolen,
iLinen and Cotton Goods, from spots
accasioned by Grease, Paint Tar, Varnish,
mdt oils of every description wvithout injury
o the finest goods.
The Oil Soap possesses every henlitng and
tene(tratiitg qutalities, and is used wvith pier
iet 'safe'ty for hiathing external Complaints, --
tpton Nan or Beatst. Instances are toso
-tm,.,. it h'icrtilled. Tlhousands of
- n: . :upon all Bone compl~aigts,
--a ,m.. tbr have been dislocated,
rot.e ,. sr ..tiherwi- inhv rirlin almost ev
*r '.-c' " temi "tPl:Ie t*) Corns~ on thet
Tlylied,. tw Corn sIthuld be paured a littis
inl n r 13.ped int Cittt0 or wvool, anid theni
It ie po-itive'ly the hest remedy ir thor
iughly used, fair Sptriins, Chiilbbhinis, Poi't
mus, tenkli, Burtis, Sore Lips. Chopped or
3racketd 11lands, Cutaincous Ertatuins, or
anopled ftaces, that is known. IFosr places
hafled by the~ Harness, or saddule, Spratined
shaoubtlers, Scratchles, &c. oti Iirses, iliere
s no composiiion that exceeds this. Price
~5 cents per bottle.
A fresh suppl~y of thme above art icis just
eceived, anti for sale by -
Etdgefield, June 1, 1S37. a f
RANAWAY from thte stttscrr
~~ R ther oit the taight ot the, 5tIb of
FeL ~ bratry last, from my placee twos
miles frtk omi Ilmnbiiurg. 8. C. a ne rro
mitaln ined BE~N, about f'ortv-ttve
years oldI, five feet six incises hi'gh.
IThe aubove reward I will pay for
..deiering himt to me, or puttmg himnt
a jJa:1so that I caii get him.
lamihntrg, March 2(, I$37 if8
Brought to time lnll
F this llistriet, a ntegro mtan by the tufma
.F of ( EOI(GF. FLEMING, about five feet
x mtehes l'hi, betwveen 30) and :t15 years of' age,
le .tays that ho bselongs to Mr. Skinner, living
ithsin five mtiles of New Orioeans.
The ownter is reqimisted to cotme forward.
rove piroperty, pay charges, and tatke himi an n y,
C. J. GiLOVF.R, J. I.. it.
I'cbl "1:37 3 er